Can Comenius Project Change a Thing, part 4

Well, I’ve already learned the answer but I want to continue with this title.

May is a wonderful month. It is warm, sunny and energetic and we are lucky beacuse the 3rd meeting of our project ‘The Magic of Reading, The Power of Reading’ is going to be held in Istanbul this week.

 We, the language department teachers and students of my school have planned everything and we are looking forward to collaborating with our friends starting tomorrow.

In the afternoon, we will present ‘What Comenius means to us’ and then exchange ideas and see how far we have reached tomorrow. We are going to organise a wonderful evening for Europe Day on May 9th. There are other meetings, for instance, we will choose our paragraphs to start writing our stories and trips that will take place this week in my 117 years old school.

I’m so much excited. A few minutes later, I will leave home to meet the last team and at 9 o’clock tomorrow morning, our 1 week long adventure will begin.

Please, wish us luck

All Comenius project posts can be read here

4 comments on “Can Comenius Project Change a Thing, part 4
  1. Pingback: Can Comenius Project Change a Thing, part 4 : A Journey in TEFL via @shellterrell | A New Society, a new education! |

  2. I remember how excited you were when you were talking about their coming to Istanbul! I hope- actually sure- all will be good and you guys will have a great time! Let us know 🙂

  3. Hello,

    The Top 100 Language Lovers 2012 competition hosted by the language portal and the Lexiophiles language blog has started and your blog has been nominated in the category language learning blogs. Congratulations! The nomination period goes until May 13th. Feel free to spread the word among other bloggers writing about languages or to suggest one blog yourself.
    For further information on the Top 100 Language Lovers 2011 competition, visit

    Best wishes,
    Stefanie for the and Lexiophiles team

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